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A public talk to be presented by Professors Gi-Wook Shin and Andray Abrahamian, The Korea Foundation, Stanford University.
Wednesday, April 24th, 2019
4:30 – 6:30 pm / Gould Library Athenaeum
KIM AND TRUMP talk, Lib Athenaeum, Wednesday, April 24th, 4:30 pm Everyone is welcome! REFRESHMENTS!
The Carleton College History department is pleased to host a Korea Foundation presentation on North Korea and US-ROK relations, “Kim and Trump: North Korea and the United States in an Era of Change,” Wednesday, April 24th, 4:30-6:30 pm, in the Gould Library Athenaeum, by Professors Gi-Wook Shin and Andray Abrahamian of the Korea Foundation of Los Angeles and Stanford University. This event is free and open to the campus and the wider public. Everyone is welcome to attend!
Since its inception in 1991, the Korea Foundation has served as a bridge from South Korea to the rest of the world, connecting Koreans to the global community through a variety of academic an..
Global Cities, Governance and Diplomacy: The Urban Link By: Michele Acuto London: Routledge, 2013 Global Cities, Governance and Diplomacy begins provocatively: using a unique variation of the ’elephant in the room’ analogy, author Michele Acuto tells us that cities are the invisible gorillas in the room of international studies. As the title of the book suggests,
Over the past two weeks I have published posts dealing with issues that arouse in Israel’s 1st Digital Diplomacy Conference held earlier this year in Tel Aviv. This week’s post offers insight into an additional issue that was debated by scholars and practitioners who attended the conference- diplomats’ need to engage with social media followers.
Posted on December 1, 2018 by Jed Willard in Past Events
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Are foreign powers working to influence domestic public opinion? Do their approaches differ from political parties? From each other?
Come join Will Stevens, Director of the Public Diplomacy Division, Foreign Service Institute (U.S. Department of State), for a discussion of the practice of public diplomacy, globally, today.
Will will focus on “Adversarial Narratives” and their use by states, non-state actors, and domestic political parties. He’ll also speak about his work training U.S. diplomats to represent the United States in challenging times, American influence around the world, and how public diplomacy intersects with disinformation, social media, and Hybrid/Gray Zone warfare.
Open to the extended Harvard community, including all Harvard schools, alumni, and neighboring universities
This event is part of the “Misinformation Speaker Series,” and is co-sponsored by the Shorens..
It’s Ramadan again—the holy month of fasting for the world’s 1.6 billion Muslims—and in embassies representing the Islamic world, that means a golden opportunity for public diplomacy. From glitzy interfaith iftars catered to carefully curated guest lists, to community charity drives, the month offers a glimpse into how Muslim-majority countries are using religious diplomacy to